Feel the burn on any media

Digital specialist LG Electronics has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first ‘super-multi’ DVD recorder. The RCS7700 allows home users to record content onto any blank DVD media, including large capacity dual-layer discs.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  May 8, 2005

Digital specialist LG Electronics has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first ‘super-multi’ DVD recorder. The RSC7700 allows home users to record content onto any form of blank DVD media, including large capacity dual-layer discs. The RSC7700 - or ‘Super Multi DVD recorder’ - supports all DVD storage standards including DVD±R/DVD±RW and DVD-RAM. It can also record onto DVD+R double-layer discs, which according to LG means it can burn eleven hours worth of video data; approximately twice the capacity of many existing products. The RCS 7700 also incorporates ‘time shift’ functions, giving users the chance to both record and simultaneously play previously recorded video. “This product shows off our expertise in DVD recording technologies and will help us aggressively penetrate the global electronics market,” said K H Kim, president, LG Electronics, Middle East and Africa Operations. “We aim to be global leaders in the storage product segment and will expand the super multi functions in DVD recorders.” In terms of its backwards compatibility, the RCS-7700 allows the copying of content from DVD to VCR or vice versa, and its 8-in-2 multi memory-card slots support SMC/CF/MD/MMC/SD/MS/MS Pro/xD to play stored photos and music. The recorder also has an IEEE1394 (‘Firewire’) input for connection to digital camcorders to copy and edit in DVD and VCR.

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